Camila Cabello's highly anticipated debut album, 2018's "first must-listen pop album" Camila, isn't just garnering glowing reviews from fans and publications alike—it's breaking international records.

Less than 24 hours after its January 12 release, Camila soared to the top of iTunes' charts around the globe. Reportedly hitting No. 1 in more than 100 countries — including the U.S., Canada, the Philippines, Japan, Brazil and the U.K. — Cabello broke the record for earning the most iTunes No. 1 positions for a female artist's debut album.

Just minutes after its midnight release in Canada, radio station Hits 93 Toronto tweeted that the album had already hit No. 1 in iTunes Canada, possibly becoming one of the fastest albums to climb to the top of iTunes.

However, this isn't the only record the performer smashed with her post-Fifth Harmony venture into solo pop stardom.

Just days ago, Cabello's Young Thug-assisted hit single "Havana" broke Taylor Swift's previously held record for the longest running Billboard Pop Songs Radio Airplay No. 1 song by a solo female artist, marking its seventh week atop the chart.


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